According to Wikipedia, “glocalisation” refers to the connection and coexistence of the multidimensional process of globalisation and its local or regional effects and contexts.
The term globalisation refers to the process of increasing worldwide interconnections in many areas (economy, politics, culture, environment, communication), between individuals, societies, institutions and states.
So one might assume that the merging of global and local combines the best of two worlds. But it is not that simple. [Read more…]